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Chris Hein Orchestral Brass Review in The Audio Spotlight

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After my recent review of Best Service’s Chris Hein Winds Compact, it’s now time for me to take a closer look at it’s cousin library Chris Hein Orchestral Brass Complete. Both libraries, “Winds” and “Brass” are available in two different versions – “Complete” and “Compact”. Opposed to the Compact version, which comes with only five essential articulations, the Complete version offers a whopping total of 16 articulations per instrument and a lot more control and modulation options I’ll get into detail on later in the review.

Read the entire review at The Audio Spotlight.

Eduardo Tarilonte KWAYA

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The sound of the sun rising above the savanna

Kwaya is an unrivaled choir library offering authentic African voices and chants. With Aba Taano from Uganda, Eduardo Tarilonte has found the perfect choir for this long and intensely prepared project.

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Chris Hein SOLO VIOLIN

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Quite simply the best virtual violin ever created.

Chris Hein – Solo Violin outshines all previous violin libraries. Never before, a sample library of this extent has been dedicated towards a single string instrument: Recorded with greatest care and endless details precisely edited and merged into a practical and musical instrument for NI’s Kontakt Player offering an elaborated custom-tailored user-interface with comprehensive scripting.

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Sounuscore TRINITY DRUMS

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Trinity Drums is a powerful collection of cinematic and modern grooves combined in a flexible, innovative virtual instrument.

The character of the included rhythmic themes ranges from earth-shaking monstrosity to delicate rhythms and even electronic beats ‐ all created from high quality recordings by the sound design specialists from the Boom Library  and produced by the experienced team of composers at Sonuscore.

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